Joseph Dante Rogliano
Joseph Dante Rogliano was born on May 24, 1920 in Tuckahoe, NY, son of Alfred and Nancy Rogliano. He had two brothers Aldo and Francis and two sisters Rose and Rita. In Rye his family lived at Highland Hall and were members of the Church of the Resurrection. Joseph enlisted in 1940 and served in the U.S. Marine Corps during World War II.
In a letter to the Rye Chronicle published December 11, 1942 Joseph wrote:
Mere words cannot adequately express my thanks for the Christmas package. I can truthfully say that in
my three years with the U. S. Marine Corps nothing has pleased or touched me as deeply. It is an ideal gift for any service man. Hitler and Company could never a war over a nation whose people are so definitely behind the service men.
Happy Christmas and New Year to you all.
JOSEPH D. ROGLIANO
He married Jennie Botta in Philadelphia in late 1943. Per her death notice we know that Joseph pre-deceased her and their survivors are listed below.
Joseph Dante Rogliano died on July 25, 1970, at the age of 50, and was buried in East Aurora, New York.
Jennie "Meumie" (Botta) Rogliano, age 82 died in Buffalo NY on January 15, 2006. She was the wife of the late Joseph D. Rogliano.
At the time of her death she and Joseph were survived by daughters Nancy A. (James) Johnstone of Victor, NY, Donna M. Beaton of Orchard Park, NY, Christine R. (James) Ewell of Clarence, NY and son the Rev. Joseph S. Rogliano of Lockport, NY.
Grandchildren Jennifer M. Johnstone, Christopher J. (Heather) Johnstone, Matthew J. Johnstone, Molly J. (William) Derek, Brandon M. Beaton and, Philip J., Tina E. and Danielle M. Merrilees. Greatchildren of Liam, Katie, Acacia and Evan. Sister of Bartholomew (Sue) Botta, Leopold (Esther) Botta and Anna Wiza, and the late Christopher Botta. Several nieces and nephews also survive.
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